How to Preserve Meat

The fresh meat is one of the products that should pay more attention when keeping in our refrigerator or refrigerator. This is because being a food rich in protein and high in water content, it is susceptible to being contaminated by bacteria such as salmonella or E-coli.

Likewise, it will be necessary to know how to identify meat in bad conditions to avoid possible poisoning. It will be essential to take specific safety measures to maintain its properties and is kept in perfect condition. In this article, we outline the steps to follow to know how to preserve meat.

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Tips to Help you Preserve Meat

First of all, it will be necessary that when buying the meat we make sure that it is fresh and is in perfect condition. We must look at its appearance and the packaging and expiration dates of those that are already packaged. It will be beneficial to read our article on choosing fresh meat, offering you a series of tips and recommendations.

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In this way, we can keep the meat in the fridge and without cooking for a maximum of 2 or 3 days. Keep in mind that it will depend on the type of meat we buy since some hold more than others.

It should be noted that minced meat should be consumed within a few hours of being processed since it is more prone to being attacked by bacteria.

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When preserving the meat in our refrigerator, it will be necessary to remove any juices that it may have, since it is a source of bacteria proliferation.

It is also recommended to keep it in very clean and hermetically closed containers, so if it comes wrapped in plastic or paper, we have to unwrap it.

To keep the meat in large pieces and, if necessary, cut it when consuming it, since the more cuts it has, the more easily it can deteriorate.

Another good option to maintain the properties of this food for longer is to freeze the meat to keep it for even months. Even so, it will be vital that we pay attention when defrosting it; You can find recommendations in our article on how to defrost meat.

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Likewise, it will be necessary for you to recognize the evidence that indicates that a piece of meat is not in good condition, to prevent possible poisoning. The color and smell will be the most apparent evidence of this, although you can find here what you need to identify the meat in bad condition.

More Tips

  • Take steps when storing and preserving fresh meat.
  • Do not play it; make sure the meat is in good condition before consuming it.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Uncomo

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